Union greed could kill The Boston Globe

May 6, 2009 1

Union greed and intransigence could kill off The Boston Globe newspaper.

Pagemasters takes on the jobs Fairfax rejects

May 6, 2009

Australian company Pagemasters is successfully doing deals with ailing media companies to provide what used to be seen as core functions for newspapers.

Warhaft reaches for a lawyer in The Monthly fracas

May 6, 2009 5

The battle over Sally Warhaft's departure from The Monthly could be about shift to the courtroom.

Rupert Murdoch: I never thought it would get this bad

May 6, 2009 1

With some analysts saying News Corp may have had its worst quarter's financial performance for years in the March quarter, Murdoch has done nothing to soften the gloom and doom, writes Glenn Dyer writes.

Privacy case costs News of the World almost £1m

May 6, 2009

Defending a story they ran about F1 boss Max Mosley's sex life has cost the News of the World almost £1m.

The WSJ ain’t what she used to be

May 6, 2009

The Wall Street Journal has moved away from what once made it great, says the Columbia Journalism Review.

Life without the Boston Globe

May 6, 2009

Eugene Robinson tries to imagine Boston without the Globe.

No joke: parody paper The Onion to stop print publication

May 5, 2009

American funny makers at The Onion have apparently decided to cut the San Francisco and LA print versions of their paper, but will be retaining NY, postal and online versions.

If The Boston Globe can die, what hope newspapers?

May 5, 2009 1

Which are the cockroach titles that will survive this nuclear media apocalypse, which will thrive after prestige titles surrender the field?

Manne relishes controversy, Warhaft does not

May 5, 2009 15

Manne may thrive on public controversies, but I don’t relish them and Sally has hated every second of this one, writes Gideon Haigh.